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Bey, Dawoud, Jock Reynolds, and Taro Nettleton. Dawoud Bey: Class Pictures. New York: Aperture, 2007. Coleman, A. , and Dawoud Bey. Dawoud Bey: Portraits 1975–1995. : Walker Art Center, 1995. ” Museum of Contemporary Photography. Available online. php. Downloaded March 18, 2009. ” Available online. URL: http://whatsgoingon-dawoudbeysblog. html. Downloaded March 19, 2009. ” He was born in Athens, Alabama, on January 26, 1960, the first of five children. His father, Willie Dean Bibbs, is a bricklayer and carpenter who taught him how to work with his hands.
Downloaded March 19, 2009. ” He was born in Athens, Alabama, on January 26, 1960, the first of five children. His father, Willie Dean Bibbs, is a bricklayer and carpenter who taught him how to work with his hands. The family moved to Louisville, Kentucky, when Bibbs was still very young. He later played football at Seneca High School in Louisville and for a time wanted to be both a pro football player and an artist. He attended Kentucky State University in Frankfort on an art scholarship and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in 1983.
24. com. Available online. com/topic/selma-burke. Downloaded March 2, 2009. 39 Burnett, Charles (1944– ) filmmaker, screenwriter, film producer One of the most respected and uncompromising of contemporary black filmmakers, Charles Burnett has created memorable movies about the black experience largely outside of the Hollywood studio system. He was born on April 13, 1944, in Vicksburg, Mississippi. His father was in the military and the family resettled in Los Angeles, California, when Burnett was still a youth.